Kelly Clarkson, Grammys, Performance

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If you ask Kelly Clarkson, the truth about Pink is that she's got nothing to apologize for.

The "Since U Been Gone" singer took to the web earlier this week and defended her fellow performer from outraged fans who criticized Pink for canceling an April 22 concert in Birmingham, England, due to illness.

"@pink how dare you only work 364 days this year. I can't believe you got sick. That never happens to anyone….ever," Clarkson sarcastically wrote on her WhoSay page. "You're so lazy #nameonepersonthathasherschedule, singswhileflying,andisamom ….seriously people. Tired of seeing everyone giving her crap. We're all human. Relax."

The former American Idol champ posted her comments on Friday, a day before Pink herself took to her blog to apologize again for having to scrap the gig on her Truth About Love tour and blasting that small, but vocal group of haters for not giving her "the benefit of the doubt."

"I am a human being, therefore I am able to catch illness," the rocker wrote Saturday. "It is beyond my control—and I can't apologize for that. And you know what I've been performing through the last week? ROTA virus. Look it up. I challenge any one of you to do what I do while sick with that. You couldn't do it."

In her scathing post, Pink also compared her critics to "rabid dogs" and suggested they "kindly kiss my entire almost back to healthy ass."

You said it, sister.

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